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jimca
gismu rafsi: jic x1 is a branch/bough/limb of x2; x2 forks into branches x1; [preferred over metaphorical birka]. Also appendage. See also birka, rebla, tuple.
ko'a pu zbasu lo si'au dinju lo jimca
He built a kind of house using branches.
le smani pu dandu lo galtu jimca lo rebla
The monkey was hanging its tail from a high branch.
lo jimca be lo za'u vi tricu cu snime blabi
Branches of these trees are snow white.
mi pu jmina lo jimca be lo junpero lo fagri
I added juniper twigs to the fire.
jicycma
lujvo c1 is a twig/sprig of j2 from jimca cmalu
do banzu lo ka plipe fo makau kei lo nu pencu lo va tricu jimca
You jumped high enough to touch this branch.
lo galtu jimca be lo alna cu cpana lo do xance
The high sprigs of alder are on your hand.
i le spati ca'o banro lo tricu lo se katna jimca
The plant is growing into a tree from a cut off branch.
birka
gismu rafsi: bir x1 is a/the arm [body-part] of x2; [metaphor: branch with strength]. Also elbow (= bircidni), wrist (= xanterjo'e), appendage (but jimca, rebla preferred). See also jimca, janco, xance, rebla.
tuple
gismu rafsi: tup tu'e x1 is a/the leg [body-part] of x2; [metaphor: supporting branch]. See also stani, zbepi, jamfu, jimca, sanli.
rebla
gismu rafsi: reb x1 is a/the tail/appendix [body-part] of x2; [metaphor: trailing, following portion/appendage]. See also nalci, pimlu, se lidne, trixe, birka, jimca.
jicymivykle
lujvo k1=jm1=ji3 is a phylum [animals]/division [plants] within/of kingdom [biology] k2=ji2. From jimca, jmive, klesi. For biological cathegory in general (=ji'eske klesi), domain (=?), kingdom (=seljimcymivykle), phylum (=this definition), class (=xeljutsi), order (=veljutsi), family (=terjutsi), genus (=seljutsi), species (=jutsi).